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Title
304
Our month long experiment with allowing /r/askreddit here again has ended, please provide your feedback regarding it in this thread.
4279
Redditor provides surprisingly heartwarming story of owner euthanizing their own pet
225
u/Rhanmi tells the story of his favorite traitor
299
Redditor talks about the differences between male and female friendships and succinctly describes the "Friendzone".
104
ICO Scam Called Out During a Company's AMA
103
Redditor explains why many poor people are very good at making little money go a long way, yet cannot handle suddenly having a lot of money.
441
User explains how to better oneself and become more likeable, in the context of anime girls.
280
Redditor gives a good explanation of the history of some of the Bible's translations in the context of meanings changing over time
53
Redditor sees fraudulent charges on credit card over 500 miles away; acts quickly to assist in arrest of the thief in the same night.
2
Redditor describes the tue life of Mr.Robot
16
Redditor determines how accurate certain NCAA schools with directions in their name are.
4989
Redditor explains why IBM is not qualified to tell others that deploying apps should be less complicated.
373
OP posts a GIF of a dog that drops its ball into the street to get pedestrians to throw it back. User finds the exact dog in Street View, sitting in front of his house.
12
A surprisingly somber and beautiful thread from greentext
5
Redditor gives advice on job seeking for new grad who has lots of free time
45
Vietnam Vet explains what it means to be a hero
0
Redditor explains the social norms of going to a bar.
280
User who was at CNN town hall explains why student making a prepared speech wouldn't have made sense in the format of the town hall
8
Redditor's Jeff Goldblum Request Escalates Quickly
0
Thousands of redditors express how they feel about coming together to simultaneously say "wow" like Owen Wilson
1135
User discovers karma farming in live action
2000
Redditor digs up 40 reposts of the same post
4169
Redditor explains the average Trump voter's descent into the shocking moral depravity of the last few days
50
Redditor explains in detail how insanely "draconian" Bhutan's immigration policy is.
0
User tells someone what it means to NOT be mi·sog·y·nis·tic.
13
Redditor predicts Sylvia Massy will be thrilled. SPOILER: Sylvia Massy is thrilled.
268
Erwin Chemerinsky, constitutional law scholar and dean of Berkeley Law on whether a sitting president can be indicted.
0
Redditor explains why arming teachers with guns is not helpful and suggests alternative solutions
1943
/u/exis007 explains what you should (and shouldn't) accept from a partner
67
Really well sourced comment rebutting a lot of arguments about conservative/liberal biases.
103
u/Noodleboom offers a glimpse into day to day life in the grim darkness that is the far future of the 41st millennium, where there is only war.
4503
/u/LarBrd33 explains the secret origin of Fergie and the Black Eyed Peas
35
/u/BravoJulietKilo does an impromptu AMA on army logistics
8
Helpful user explains every scale in iPad's Garageband, including one that doesn't exist.
10
Shaving and the Map of Tasmania
226
Redditor gives step-by-step explanation on how to pronounce a long german word
11
Redditor shows us the drawings he turned in for art class, and the accompanying Sonic Fanfiction.
192
User perfectly describes why US is vulnerable to Russian bots
0
/u/jim_okc gives a cogent and pithy summary of the American political landscape regarding gun laws (and basically everything else, too).
98
/u/c_forrester_thorne illustrates how the deep state is simultaneously controlling everything and incapable of achieving anything
0
Jamie starts a golden train
8 klompje wow, a post from seven years ago.
6 [deleted] [deleted]
3 Suppafly I don't like descriptions like this because I feel like they'd lead a blind person to believe that seeing colors is this crazy synesthesia experience that they are missing out on. I've thought about this some and assuming the person you were talking to understood the concepts of light and darkness and was familiar with x,y,z graphing, I'd explain it as colors being on the z axis of light and dark.
2 _Dreadz I have achromatopsia aka literally colorblind ( not that fake mix colors up and get to put on some glasses and supposedly see colors for the “first time” . Most people that are colorblind can’t tell the difference in colors like blue and purple they will look identical but they can still see blue or purple as the cause of there “color confusion” is the damaged rods (or cones I get them mixed) where as my condition which affects 1 out of 33 Clinically diagnosed color blind people causes me to live a black and white movie, extremely hyper sensitive to light ( can’t drive a car with a white hood the reflection is blinding) which during extremely bright days or being around reflective surfaces will give me such a migraine I start projectile vomiting and loose my balance and get those spots like you stated in the sun for 20 minutes, and we have tried to have this conversation multiple times about how to describe color to someone who doesn’t see it and no one can explain what Red, blue, green,yellow etc. the usual answer to what does green look like is “ um the grass” or the “blue sky”. I honestly don’t know if I would want to see color especially with All these crazy colors and potentially hundreds if not thousands of shades of colors ( thank god crayola wrote the colors on the crayons... nothing worse then getting those cheap brands as a kid out to dinner and having no fucking clue what is what) while on the subject not too long ago someone asked me do i get tired of seeing the same black white and gray shades all the time that they have to always repaint and change colors around as they get old and I started to think about it and try to explain that color isn’t something I consider when looking at something. When i see a beautiful car I think wow that’s a beautiful Porsche GT3 I don’t think wow that’s a beautiful silver Porsche. Color has never been there for me so when I look at things I don’t have that subconscious thought process over colors of things. I can retain a lot of details about situations that most people don’t observe and I think that my brain has developed differently at least in the through process aspect and from what I think would make sense is like a computer... if our brains are running along and using a certain amount of power for everything and that number for the sake of this example is 70 percent which handles everything from breathing to seeing... if a certain portion of your brain is dedicated to using power to decode color ( when you see a green shirt the shirt isn’t technically green that’s just your brains interpretation of the light that’s being reflected from the shirt so what you know as green may look different that what the next person would see and consider green just look at that dress that everyone saw different and there has been a few more of those situations since then as well everyone thinks there is a universal standard and when you get down into these levels if everyone sees green different how would anyone explain green to me? ) so if my brain doesn’t waste the time and effort into seeing and processing color does that mean that the brain power that was normally reserved for that task is diverted to another task like what I referred to earlier about noticing more things ( in Vietnam they would take people with my eye sight to point out the enemy encampments becuase they couldn’t use the camo nets to hide camps or weapons and my uncles use to love me as a hunting partner as camouflage doesn’t affect me which allows me to see shapes that would normally blend in through optical illusions. I would see a deer standing there clear as day in the brush when an average person could be shown where it was standing and still have it blend in
1 fotorobot It just describes what the particular redditor has come to associate with each color, based primarily on his own culture and experience. For example, red is "hot and spicy" because he associates red with fire and red chili peppers. But there are green peppers like jalapenos that are also spicy. And a blue flame is hotter than a red flame. He associates yellow with butter, but someone else might say lemon (which is a very different sensation). Yellow reminds him of sunshine, but the sun only appears yellow on earth because of refraction through the atmosphere - it's actually white. Green is "earthy and comforting", but if you watch enough sci-fi movies, you might think of alien green ooze that is neither. Purple is "rich" because long ago it was hard to obtain both red and blue dyes used to make purple, so it became associated with wealth. Brown is "healing" though there are other things one can associate with the color - etymologically the word may have come from the word for bears (who are more destructive than healing).

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